Britney Spears e i messaggi nascosti nelle sue canzoni, la timeline

Da Lucky a Overprotected fino alla controversa Piece of Me. A dispetto della conservatorship, la principessa del pop ha usato le sue canzoni più famose come strumento di protesta per riprendere il controllo di sé stessa dalle grinfie del padre Jemie. Ecco, la timeline.

2000: Oops!… I Did It Again

Lucky: “If there’s nothing missing in my life / Then why do these tears come at night?”

Stronger: “I’ve had enough / I’m not your property as from today”

2001: Britney

Overprotected: “I’m so fed up with people telling me to be someone else but me”

2003: In The Zone

Everytime: I may have made it rain, please forgive me / My weakness caused you pain and this song’s my sorry”

2007: Blackout

Gimme More: “Cameras are flashing while we’re dirty dancing / They keep watching”

Piece of Me: “I’m Miss American Dream since I was 17 / Don’t matter if I step on the scene, or sneak away to the Philippines / They’re still gon’ put pictures of my derriere in the magazine”

2008: Circus

Circus: “I feel the adrenaline moving through my veins / Spotlight on me, and I’m ready to break”

Kill The Lights: “Is that money in your pocket or you happy to see me?”

2011: Femme Fatale

Hold It Against Me: “If I said I want your body now, would you hold it against me?”

2013: Britney Jean

Alien: “There was a time I was one of a kind / Lost in the world, doubting me, myself and I”

2016: Glory

Coupure Electrique: “Comme une coupure électrique / T’es la lumière”


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